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The difference we make

ACET Belarus delivered 21 parent workshops on relationships and health topics during the first six months of the 2019-2020 academic year, reaching 712 parents and carers.

"I loved this event! I used to attend lectures on drug use prevention, but the information was always provided in a repetitive and boring way. Here, parents had a...

Early this year, ACET Nigeria trained 24 parents as peer educators to improve parent-child communication skills through their Better Parenting course.

This engaging course provides parents with the skills for positive parenting and to teach other parents to support and encourage their children in...

Despite the barriers of COVID19 restrictions, ACET DRC have been able to innovate and pivot their programmes to ensure that they still reach as many young people as possible.

5,616 young people participated in interactive life skills and sexual and reproductive health lessons led by trained ACET...

This year has proved challenging for the Shining Star Project. COVID19 reached Zimbabwe in March 2020 and the government imposed a national lockdown. However, the work of the Shining Star Project is more important than ever during this disruptive time as more girls and young women are turning to sex work to survive.

In the first 6 months...

We are so grateful to all of you who donated this year! Coupled with emergency funding due to COVID19 and some generous grants, acet UK has been able to reach even more young people in this academic year than we did last year, despite the challenges of lockdown and school closures!

2,365 young people in...

We may not have been able to deliver many RSE sessions in schools, but our Esteem training has been very busy!

Our team have worked hard to make ALL our training available online so, despite not being able to run in-person training, we have trained 77 new educators in RSE during lockdown - including youth workers, NHS staff, therapists...

As COVID-19 and lockdown hit Zimbabwe, the Nehemiah Project became part of the Bulawayo City Health Department’s COVID-19 Risk Communications and Community Engagement Team and began to disseminate lifesaving health information about the virus.

The Nehemiah Project team started in the week before lockdown by distributing pamphlets around...

Before lockdown, ACET Ukraine was already active on social media, using it to educate and consult with young people, and to tackle online issues such as suicide forums.

When lockdown began and they were no longer able to visit schools and colleges to conduct their University of Healthy Youth sessions, or run their youth clubs in person,...

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